Reath, an Edinburgh-based tech startup raises Seed round of funding

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Reath, the digital platform for reusable packaging, has secured a Seed round led by early stage VC firm Techstart and followed by leading US-based cleantech fund, Elemental, and impact funds Echo River Capital and Mana Impact, as well as strategic angels. This Seed funding round is ... Read More

Reath nominated for Earthshot Prize 2023

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Edinburgh-based company, Reath, was nominated for the highly prestigious and competitive Earthshot Prize 2023. The Earthshot Prize is nomination-only and Reath received their nomination from a specially appointed selection committee at the University of Manchester. The basis of Reath's nomina... Read More

Reath co-authors peer-reviewed paper on reusable packaging

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Track and trace system the answer to scale reusable packaging says research team consisting of Lancaster University, University of St Andrews and Edinburgh-based startup, Reath. A track and trace system is the answer to encourage reusable packaging, says new research published today... Read More

Circular Economy Startup Reath joins Elemental Excelerator’s Cohort X

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Edinburgh-based circular economy startup, Reath, has been awarded a coveted spot in Elemental Excelerator’s portfolio - the global non-profit accelerator for climate technologies.Based in the U.S., Elemental operates globally and is led by CEO Dawn Lippert. This year, just 19 compan... Read More
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